The opening weekend of college football is always one of the more anticipated weekends in all of sports as there are some major, big-time match ups happening, and one of those include the defending national champion Florida State Seminoles and the Oklahoma State Cowboys facing off in the 2014 Cowboys Classic in Arlington.
And on Wednesday, the obvious was announced as we now know that this game will take place on Saturday night Aug.30 and will be televised on ABC. Also, for those that can’t be near a television set, the game will be streamed live via the WatchESPN app.
Florida State will come into this one with their Heisman winner at QB in Jameis Winston, as well as their top-ranked defense which returns a good portion of the starters from the 2013 campaign.
Oklahoma State and head coach Mike Gundy will look to get 2014 started on the highest of notes by knocking off the defending champs, sending a message to the entire Big 12 that the conference might be theirs for the taking.